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Author Gilbert, Martin.

Title Never Again : a History of the Holocaust
Published New York : RosettaBooks, 2015
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Contents Intro; Title Page; Copyright; Author's Note; Contents; Introduction and Acknowledgements; Chapter One European Jewry; Chapter Two Nazi Germany; Chapter Three The Coming of War; Chapter Four The Holocaust Intensifies; Chapter Five Survival: Hope, Resistance, Refuge; Chapter Six The Deportations Continue; Chapter Seven The Last Year of the War; Chapter Eight Liberation: Bearing Witness; Chronology; Bibliography; Other Books by Martin Gilbert; Jewish life in Europe; Languages and culture; Religion; Self-help; Pogroms; Anti-Semitism; Europe's Inter-war Jewish population
Deportations from Germany to the EastThe Wannsee Conference; Mass deportation; Death camps; The beginning of Auschwitz; Slave labour camps; The Theresienstadt Ghetto; Holland-Westerbork; France-Drancy; Belgium-Malines; Warsaw Ghetto revolt; Warsaw Ghetto: after the revolt; Ghetto Revolts; The Kovno Ghetto; Defiance, a painter and three songs; Escape to the partisans; Hidden Children; 'Righteous Gentiles'; European governments that saved Jews; Jewish resistance movements; Jews in the Allied armies; Jews in national resistance movements; Charlotte Salomon's story
Further deportations to AuschwitzAuschwitz-Birkenau; 'Canada' in Auschwitz; A deportation from France to Kovno and Reval; Death camp revolts; Jews in the Warsaw uprising of 1944; Acts of individual defiance; Anne Frank: in hiding and betrayed; Oskar Schindler and other German rescuers; The deportations from Hungary; Escape from Auschwitz: Rudolf Vrba's story; Raoul Wallenberg and other diplomats: Budapest; The Death Marches; The fate of non-Jews; The liberation of the concentration camps; The day of liberation; Liberation at Theresienstadt; 'The Boys' liberated, reach a new world
Polish Jewry between the warsA pre-war Jewish community in Poland; The Nazi programme and the Jews; The one-day boycott; Persecution, expulsion, book burning; Racism in Nazi Germany; Jewish emigration from Germany; German annexations; Kristallnacht; Jewish children find haven in Britain; Refugees rejected: the voyage of the St Louis; Those who helped; The German conquest of Poland; The first onslaught: recollections of terror; The creation of the Ghettos; Education and culture in the Ghettos; Hunger and death in the Ghettos; The German invasion of the Soviet Union; The Einsatzgruppen
The search for havens: across the oceansWar crimes trials; Cemeteries, graves and tombstones; Monuments and memorials; Mass graves; Synagogues that survive; Survivors' reflections, and reparations; Second generation; Bearing witness; 'The people of the book'; 'Never Again'
Summary A work forty years in the making'Sir Martin Gilbert's illustrated survey of the pre- and post-war history of the Jewish people in Europe. Masterfully covering such topics as pre-war Jewish life, the Warsaw Ghetto revolt, and the reflections of Holocaust survivors, Gilbert interweaves firsthand accounts with unforgettable photographs and documents, coming together to form a three-dimensional portrait of the lives of the Jewish people during one of Europe's darkest times. "This volume introduces the crime to a new generation, so that it knows of the atrocities and the seemingly futile acts of defiance taken, in the words of Judah Tenenbaum, 'for three lines in the history books.'" 'Booklist
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Subject Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945)
Jews -- Persecutions -- Germany -- History.
Jews -- Germany -- History.
Form Electronic book
ISBN 0795346743
9780795346743